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"terry flynn" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"terry flynn" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"The State Department of Health and Attorney General Latisha. James are looking into nursing. Hold compliance during the outbreak at the same time. State and federal officials are also calling for investigations of their own with a persistent question. Why did this happen? And what was the role of state policy in this tragedy? But grew of regulators and investigators, according to the governor's orders could put homes at risk of having their operating certificate suspended or revoked. This environment, cold operators bus take a proactive approach. Assuming that you're doing the best you can the best. The gators will see that isn't enough. Today on the podcast. We're joined by Terry Flynn. A former US attorney now here, speech partner with our government compliance destinations, group and you're. Also a member of that GCI team as well as our healthcare industry team ended attorney with several long-term Care Clients Jerry Miracle. Discuss preparing your organization against liability and compliance risk. Critical actions to take during the nation in post incident measures Eric Jerry. Thanks so much for joining us today. It's very difficult to say exactly. How this will all play out of course, but it's pretty clear that long term care facilities need to be ready before we talk about how they should respond during Investigative Phase I wanna just talk more generally. Eric what are some of the ways that long term care facilities in similar organizations can address liability and compliance risk on a daily basis. Everyone's a great question. And before before the the risks and the liability issues can be addressed I they have to be a dentist side. So when we reference long term care facilities, there's obviously a whole spectrum of facility type of licensure categories and depending on the specific type of facility, the risks and liabilities that that they're dealing with may vary, but at a very high level at a macro level each facility. Each provider type will want to. Together a specific plan to assess their individual needs the needs of their staff, the needs of their their louise resident in as part of that identification that they work their way through identifying the potential risks than issues. There's also a an assessment piece to that so if you pull together a plan, and that's a large part of what we do is working with individual facilities to identify potential risks and issues full together plan, and then engage in risk assessment as to how, but defied issues are going to be addressed. You know one of the primary challenges, and there's environment is dealing with identified issues that disabilities have limited time limited resources to address and also the situation where which I assumed it Terry may address later on where you have individual directives, objectives or requirement that maybe conflicting. When we say hunting you best address these I get a plan together I identify them rank them, and then engage council or consultants advisors to work through a risk assessment as to which issues will.

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"terry flynn" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"terry flynn" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Stephanie Abrams he Patrick Kavanagh's center in initially in county Monaghan Ireland it is a monument in tribute to the Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh who is probably very well known in America and especially American Irish circles I'm sure he's very well known in American literary circles but I think probably the average listener in my audience would not be particularly aware of a Patrick Kavanagh nor of his work and we're gonna change that today he was a remarkable man very simple man with a a very uncomplicated backgrounds and a very complicated mind who saw incredible beauty in the simplest of feelings and experiences and at the Patrick Kavanagh's center this is all been memorialized in the most remarkable way and once again I've been introduced to this marvelous place and this everything behind the doorway that you enter when you enter the world of Patrick Kavanagh by my very good friend mark Leslie whose company Martel media has created the most remarkable visitor centers I have ever been in and you know how I am always in visitor centers spoke up once again he has taken us by our hot little hands to introduce us to places we have not yet been to that his company has been involved in if in your community you have something of value to share with visitors and residents you might want to contact Marcello media because they do the most incredible job bringing to life things you might otherwise and the branch right by not even know where they're beyond familiar with and so I have the pleasure of being with a number of people here the Patrick Kavanagh's center in county Monaghan Ireland among them is Rosalee Kearney who has just joined me that you've been involved with the life and times in the history of a Patrick Kavanagh for a very long time this I need to go to museum because it's you know people think of museums as big building should go into and come out on all fours exhaustive this is the kind of place you come to your get up lifted you I have an incredible interactive experience with Patrick Kavanaugh and is long since gone by it's here in a in a scheme and you are from and the screen have you always lived here yeah you're born I was born in Monaco yes wherein money is in well I just live my home at places just two miles from here and it turned on Cole Miller henshin act from the gala kid would translate to him hello of the ashtrays some of the old town land names are beautiful when in a wonderfully meant that the word of the lord ram during the bay of British M. in occupation here they were they were converted to the English but when you go back and transmit them back to the only character the beautiful well I am yeah many times people have explained to me what something means yes and you know it's it's a whole story by itself you know its that there's a hotel in the south cold or do she and I think it's still very that's correct I love that isn't good for you and this place looks like a little fairy tale of a place to stay so thank you for sharing that that was beautiful so as someone growing up in the region I would have to imagine you would have been well aware of Patrick because while he seemed a very gentle quiet man he was a powerhouse wasn't exactly I suppose am I gosh I am interested in I'm because my mother and my aunts went to school locally with him a cabinet Manchester where he attended and they share the same teacher miss Cassidy and misdiagnosed who would be a great time top archers here with us today was miss Cassidy related to Constance Cassidy of Lisa though in Sligo I don't think so but I'm not not a hundred percent clear if the find that out yeah it was a miss Cassidy was she able to identify his incredible talents it is useful I think so yes she encourage I am yet which was a very strict teacher but she was a wonderful teacher of English literature and poetry you know and he talks about getting even in those days children got flogged at school yeah yeah yeah I understand I'm sure Dutch he was a challenge to by times you know because he was quite ahead of of you know he was quite ahead of the rest you know what and even in school you know I he tells us that his father was the only person in the area to buy a newspaper and during the war he knew the names of every general you know the president of any consequence and this was the kind of child he was you know he had a strong three our city option or click here but what was his own educational background and what to do what did he do what what path was he set out on by his family when users of his adult life yeah well he but he was saying he was the son of a very small farmer and shoemaker M. I. when he was four he went to the help that was good because the agent they had shoes that's a that's a family account yes yes yeah what he claims that they would have been better off than most of the farmers the farmers in this area ten fifteen acres would have been you know did did Destructoid SPS opening farmers all of them it was in existence because the grew all their own vegetables a proposal has the wonderful way I suppose but that that's hard to have the existence you know and they have that extra little best with the with the show making the income the regular show he called to the dropping chilling where they had this money coming in on a on a regular basis of the good things we have a we had some Irish elves coming in at night and waking up in the morning to find all the shoes are ready to go process I don't love it yeah but his father he kept in was a quote that was a very intelligent man you know and probably could have done great for things had yet had the opportunity of education M. and his mother was a very strong determined woman I'm very anxious to make programs so he tells us that she saved every penny when did we come here to shop in the village she get she give him a shelling and say it's nice to know if you were to have money in your pocket but don't spend this past week yeah yeah after that that's the background was and was very little opportunity absolutely non Rayleigh M. four street second on third level education at the time when he was leaving the primary Skoda the teacher miss Cassidy took him aside because she had recognised just as genius and she said to him you know and I hope you know what if you could continue with your education you could pass the molars but he didn't you see the eldest on usually on an Irish farm at that time would have been at camp pressed into service yes yeah absolutely or if it was a little farm he would have been the one to talk to and heritage and so he'd be capped to to to to work and of course his father was quite you know he's quite advanced in years twenty marriage so M. you know what the time Patrick was leaving school and he was glad to have you know her hand from hand which help to take over you know because and anyway she was well engaged with the issue so where did he find the time and all of that to be a prolific writer and very sensitive writer of of poetry and and how well known is he outside of initially in what this point he is very well known are tied up in a screen maybe internationally we're still working on that M. will help work on that sorry will help work on that one yes I think this is a one because the work is fantastic it is beautiful it is it's so you know which so in touch with nature and the environment so you know blessed with spirituality you know he's a he's a he's a wonderful poets here tell me about the your relationship with the center what at what point did it become attractive and you could amass the attention and the assistance of whoever had to be involved to create the Patrick Kavanagh center well it was the late eighties and we were M. here in in Enniskillen entrepreneur and we were right in order to reduce the economic situation was was bad and so apart of us got together and all that you know interested in cavernous work some of them had you know staged his work M. and Terry Flynn and there were there were people who were really interested so we decided we'd jam work on that front we made contact with the with the powers to be in Monaghan you know with the council and we had held public meetings under him invited various people and we were blessed that the internet the tying the wash you know there was no question of funding was very very little M. and so we were and able to an interest the international fund for Ireland and so M. they stepped up to the players stepped up to the players and they they gave us M. a hundred thousand euro yes and we ourselves had the building and the accepted that as a sense of shared funding you know you're right yeah under there so when you went to town to make it happen we went to try to make it happen this building opened when it opened on the sixteenth of June nineteen ninety four president Mary Robinson was there what we know Mary and Mary Robinson past president I think she's the first female president of Ireland is.

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"terry flynn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"terry flynn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Protective action whites more than an hour later however utility officials sent another message saying that the alert was sent in a hi there was no danger to the public environment no further action is required to the message which is also said to television screens the alert went out during a routine training exercise we conducted by the provincial emergency emergency center operations center excuse me they say that the government had started a full investigation would take the appropriate steps to ensure this does not happen again so here you got this guy one guy's account is you won't wakes up or early makes hotel reservation more sixty miles away in Niagara Falls city figured he would go as far west as possible then cross the border man many people slept through the first alert and saw that it was a false alarm by the time they woke up I mean wasn't it kindle wasn't it just a couple years ago as a last year there wasn't in Hawaii there was a false alarm that happened the missile like a missile alert two years ago that maybe that was twenty eighteen where they had a bull ballistic missile alert was issued for Hawaii can you imagine your first full of nuclear disasters happening twenty eighteen twenty eighteen nuclear disasters happen you get this alert or missiles are firing at our been fired a ballistic missile towards the island you know when you're in full path okay yeah January thirteenth of eighteen ballistic missile or was issued via the emergency alert system commercial mobile alerts system over TV radio cell phones in the U. S. in in well in in the hole and why that's just I mean this is wrong then come online you know you wow I mean this is mean not that they intended to do that mind you but it's just the idea of having to deal with the panic like my god what am I gonna do like this guy's gonna drive to Niagara Falls we do you're grabbing your family oh my gosh what there is no clear disaster happening I'm sorry that was a false alarm Pickering mayor Dave Ryan so that he was very troubled by the message you said on Twitter the spoke to provincial officials and demanded in in a in an investigation well of course you did Toronto mayor John Tory joined him tweeting that there were far too many unanswered questions about the warning that was sent across the province of fourteen million people so over there we have false radiation disaster warnings going off over here we had the airplanes dumping fuel on the elementary schools Terry Flynn who teaches crisis communications at McMaster University in Hamilton Ontario so the air runs the risk of eroding public trust yes like the boy who cried wolf right that's just been going off again and never mind that that's a scary thought guy says we have continuous problems in the systems there we have a lack of trust the people begin to ignore them so that is the biggest fall off in this scenario fallout US department of homeland security's inspector general recommended changes to the emergency alert system in the United States after a wife is as we just talked about twenty eighteen mistakenly warn the public about a nonexistent incoming ballistic missile.

"terry flynn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"terry flynn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Service for non emergency medical transportation to our citizens remains a top priority to the state. Of course. One complaint is too many. That's why the state remains vigilant in ensuring that Mt m continues to improve and evaluate MTN's performance on a daily basis. Houston Campbell from my witness news Newport, daily news reports this morning that the fledgling talks of joint Newport, Middletown, high school or a regional school districts are over after the Middletown town council on Monday of this week, rejected Newport's request for further discussions. The panel voted five two to end the conversation with councilwoman Terry Flynn and Barbara von Via's dissenting? Supporters have emerged her, or at least a discussion of, of its merits packed the town. Council chambers. Most of the streakers, who dress the council, including Newport officials urge the council to engage in a discussion while reserving the right to ultimately reject any unification plan. The Newport, mayor Jamie Bova pleaded with the council arguing that an outright. Dismissal of talks would be responsible. She said, I'm sorry to say it like that. But it's true. Now, later in the meeting Newport, daily news, says the council President Robert Sylvia pushed back against Bovis assertion, pointing to the tones strong financial position in the relatively good physical condition of the schools. So the town council in Newport rejecting a school regionalization with Newport, and they said, that's it. No more discussions, man. Just when you thought the news couldn't get sicker. Brian Amaral said a Lincoln man was arraigned Wednesday morning after an investigation into the sexual abuse of his dog. Michael, Woodhead was arrested at his Smithfield avenue home overnight on charges of committing. Well, the detestable crime against nature man, that's film. That's punishable by up to twenty years in prison, by the way, now he's denying the charges as Turney is Neil Stein goal than he's told the Providence Journal is another side to the story. And I think it will come out after we get all the discovery from the state and the lab work. They have. That's what his attorney said lab work, according to the Rhode Island society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. The animal welfare group contacted police in Lincoln in February about a sexually abused dog that would had owned Lincoln police helped the SPCA search his home at the time as quoting to thirties with the RSPCA authorities on scene and countered Woodhead who was at his home with the dog and made quote disturbing observations. That's according to the report. So in the months since they search in February would went to court to prevent the SPCA from collecting his DNA sample in effort that the judge rejected, that's according to court records. So Woodhead was released on personal recognizance after his arraignment in district court, according to court. Wow man charged Lincoln with sexual abuse of a dog, Brian emerald and the pro Jo also covering the story in Johnston. I part of a plan to fix flooding on the local roads there received federal funding, according to officials on Monday, the work through the US department of agriculture program includes demolishing a home on Bill field drive and lending the land sit as a flood plain, their government will later work on raising Bellefield drive in the flood prone areas by several feet. USDA's natural resource Conservation Society, the service, there's hoping to have both phases done by the end of the year. So some relief, we've all seen the video of that area, the flooding on Bellefield drive, and it just continue. So hopefully, the feds can help bail them out there. And all the people who live on that stretch. They helped the providence tracking spike of overdoses in when suck at the city on the move. Here's colonie in from eyewitness news rash of nonfatal drug overdoses in when sock it has state officials on alert. The department of health convening a meeting Tuesday afternoon to talk about what's causing the unusual number of overdoses in the city. I think sometimes it's just that simple on that. You don't always know what you're getting from your drug dealer. They're not a pharmacy. Dr Jim McDonald is the department medical director. He helps to track the number of overdoses in various parts of the state. Each week Rhode Island. Hospitals are required to tell the state about any overdoses, they treat within forty eight hours. Meaning the department can alert local communities about trends, and overdoses in close to real time, I think this is the trend for the future to public health has to be responsive has to be agile has to move quickly, because really the people in our company don't wanna read about what happened a year from now in some stodgy textbook. What city leaders including leaders want to know is what happened last week and what we do to prevent tomorrow from being worse. Dave and yesterday. And the department has been using this data to alert communities about spike in overdoses for several years now concluding in for my with. This news. This is the News Radio twenty four seven FM daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre sponsored by Harrison yer care services. Let's get something cleared. You may be competing to be the next account executive at I heart media. But this is not a TV game.

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